I have a H2 from 2008 i need to get my gearbox out but i dont know how? The car was stuck in the sea, and everything is new just the gearbox needs a chek up, because nothing works when we plug the ecu
The car went all in .. Ad sea, so we had to change everything about it new interior and so on, now if we place the computer in it, the gearbox aint doing anything, to make sure we want the gearbox to have a chek up, to safe some money out we want to take it out by ourselfs, but we dont know how... Nooo where on the web i find something to help us out.
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Re: I have a H2 from 2008 i need to get my gearbox out...
I guess hummers aren't what they used to be. If this truck went into the ocean, I would suggest getting rid of it as fast as you can. Salt water damage will keep getting you year after year, even when you think it's all smoothed out. Salt gets into every sensor and every nook and cranny, and there's no way to get rid of it all. Are you talking about the transmission? You say gear box, but that could mean rear ends too. If you're taking the transmission out, you will have lots of damage inside from the salt water. . It may be easier to check the transmission while it's still in the vehicle. They can read the computer codes to begin with. Good luck with that , and I suggest selling it ASAP, or you will have problems for the life of the vehicle. I live in Nova Scotia and we have a salt mine here. When they bring machines and vehicles underground and use them in the mine, they can never be brought to the surface again. They would start to corrode to nothing as soon as surface. Salt is a car killer here. Good luck
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stuck? the lever is stuck in up or down? not enough information, but, if that's the case you need to probably replace the signal switch, but, first take apart the steering column and see if something just didnt come loose. vyou can contact me if you need more help.
You are now in Limp Mode - the gearbox is kept this way to allow you to drive the car to a repair shop. Nothing more you can do, a part failed in the gearbox and it must be replaced - dismantling of the gearbox is mandatory.
406 comes normally with a gearbox model BE3 of 5 speed (as limited were with 6 speed). As late models of 405 and 306 are using the same gearboxes. Mazda 2.0i zx was sharing the same gearbox (i don't know exactly the model year).
Anyway, you need the exact gearbox model to find out which car model else were built with these types of gearboxes. Manual gearboxes with same models can be exchanged from any car or van and have nothing to do with car ECUs.
hi, if you have a manual gearbox then you dont have a torque converter a torque converter is what changes the gears in an automatic gearbox as your is manual all you will have inside your gearbox is a pressure plate a clutch plate and a thrust bearing witch operates the clutch when you press the pedal down. The only thing you need to line up on a manual box is when you have fitted the new clutch you need to have a tool that holds the clutch plate central so that when you tighten the bolts up on the pressure plate the clutch stays central if you dont do this you wont be able to get the gearbox back onto the engine as the spline from the gearbox wont be able to go through the center of the clutch into the engine.
You can make or use you own tool to hold the clitch dead center as long as its a good fit and about the same size as the spline, so once you have the new clutch in and the pressure plate loosely bolted on you can still move the clutch around behind the pressure plate now right in the center their is a hole in the pressure plate and the clutch plate this is where the tool needs to be put so that the clutch plate remains dead center whilst you tighten the pressure plate up this will then make sure that the spline on the gearbox lines up properly not doing this will make it impossible to get the gearbox on properly.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
Replace transmission and sell quickly. I bought 2001 s-type in October 2008. I have not been able to drive it. 1st thing was gearbox fault message which turned out to be transmission. Ford can rebuild cheaper. Next thing to happen was all seals needed replacing. Then all coils needed to be replaced. Coils keep going out. Needs new computer which has 8 year/80000 mile warranty on, but Jag would not honor ($3000). Needless to say my pretty jag sits in the driveway. Had to get another car. Went with Lincoln LS V8. GREAT car!